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Holy Cross Seminary Site - Dunkirk NY Real Haunt

  • 4680 West Lake Road
  • Dunkirk, NY
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Built in the early 1920s by the Catholic Church’s Passionist Movement, the Holy Cross Seminary acted a prep school for around forty years before closing in 1968. It was demolished in the mid 1980s, leaving behind only ruins of the chapel and driveway. A ghostly priest is said to still appear during the daytime, bowing his head and quickly vanishing.
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  • No ghost but nice place to go for a walk.

    We've walked this property numerous time. The only remnants left are the original roads that runs the grounds and the cement base of the statue. We've explored all areas including going down inside all the man holes all over the property. (treasure hunting) Nothing ghostly seen during the day. It does have a cool / mystical / peaceful vibe to it tho.

    Posted 10/21/17

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